Kaytlyn Leslie

Reporter, San Luis Obispo Tribune

Reporter, San Luis Obispo Tribune

Kaytlyn Leslie on KCRW

The state’s largest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric, announced this week that it will file for bankruptcy as it faces massive liability from recent wildfires.

What does PG&E’s bankruptcy mean for Diablo Canyon workers?

The state’s largest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric, announced this week that it will file for bankruptcy as it faces massive liability from recent wildfires.

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